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  • Birthday 11/09/1976

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    In a van down by the river!
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    Board gaming, Painting minis, Playing Guitar, Concerts, Video Games, Comics Books, Reading: Conan, Lord of the Rings, Dark Tower, Game of Thrones, Dune. Cyberpunk, Steampunk, Bablylon 5, Star Trek, Collecting Diecast Robot toys, Micronauts, Shogun Warriors/Mazinger, Microman, Harry Potter, old school Horror movies, Doctor Who, Music (I still buy CDs), Godzilla, Art.

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  1. You painted him nice, but I am trying hard not to laugh at his cartoonish shenanigans. :)
  2. They sort of fill in as a cheap alternative, like Bones models do, but I would still rather have a nice metal mini in most cases.
  3. This mini is just fascinating to look at. Good job!
  4. Nice job on both, I especially like the one with the crystals.
  5. Early 80s, advanced dnd I think. I had some wizards and monsters. If you can't find any it's ok. I like modern stuff just as much.
  6. I love me some metal. I like the grenadier dnd stuff if you have any. Nostalgic for me to paint.
  7. Amazed that the arms glued on strong and perfectly with no help from putty. That has to be a first ever for me.
  8. I was the first to get the box last time and didn't know what the "log book" was. I guessed it was a sketch book, so I drew a few pictures. Everything is sort of on the honor system anyway so I don't really see the point in keeping track of inventory unless you enjoy that sort of thing. I would be more interested in a book of art, poems stories and such from a group of people I participated in something with, but never really met in person. Sort of like having a bunch of one time pen pals.
  9. That cotton definitely tricked my eyes! It was great, then it was just cotton, but I loved it for that instant :)
  10. It was tough. If I had a do over, I would not have used the metal paint, I had a tough time with it on the armor design patterns and the paint flow.
  11. I needed another witch and this woman looks especially cruel. I had a really tough time following the flow of her garments, but I am sure I got it right in the end. Usually there is another painted figure for me to refer to, but I used some google fu and could not find one.
  12. My wife is playing a druid, painted fairly quick to get on the table.
  13. There are some really nice werewolf models out there, but normally they are huge, sitting on 50mm plus bases (I have a bunch of privateer press ones.), Thank you James Van Schaik for such a nice and realistic sized model.
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